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Paradoxical Effect of Chest Wall Compression on Respiratory System Compliance

A Multicenter Case Series of Patients With ARDS, With Multimodal Assessment
      The lungs of patients with ARDS are characterized by marked heterogeneity, resulting in the coexistence of collapsed and hyperinflated tissue.
      • Rezoagli E.
      • Fumagalli R.
      • Bellani G.
      Definition and epidemiology of acute respiratory distress syndrome.
      Gravitational forces and chest wall geometry help govern the balance between these components.
      • Gattinoni L.
      • Taccone P.
      • Carlesso E.
      • Marini J.J.
      Prone position in acute respiratory distress syndrome. Rationale, indications, and limits.
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